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New York Fashion Week: Creatures of the Wind Fall 2015

creatures-of-the-wingOne of my favorite makeup eras of all time is the 1960s, so the fact that styles from the 60s-70s are coming back into style makes me ridiculously happy. The Fall 2015 showing of Creatures of the Wind during this season’s New York Fashion Week was full of retro-themed fashions and hair and makeup looks that were made modern by blending style home runs of other decades past. Read on to find out how the effortlessly cool looks came to be!

“The collection is inspired by “Americana”- a mash up of the 1920’s, 60’s and 70’s – more specifically the 1970’s looking at the 1920’s,” NARS Director of Global Artistry James Boehmer said in a press release. “The silhouettes reference psychedelic and progressive rock, with icons such as Anjelica Huston and Sissy Spacek informing the makeup look.” Can we say that we love that entire creative process right there?

“Clean, perfected matte skin with no shine” ruled the runway. “Loads of mascara was applied like it would have looked in this era – pasty, a bit dry, and deliberate – applied only to the outer half of the top and bottom lashes. Eyelids were left their natural color and texture to contrast the rest of the face. A brushed up glossy brow finishes the look.”

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About Kristine Kowalski

Editor-in-Chief Kristine is 25 and lives with her parents in the fabulously tan New Jersey. She writes all about teen celeb fashion and beauty as the Web Editor of TwistMagazine.com. She has previously worked fashion and accessories at Lifestyle Mirror, the beauty closets of Marie Claire and Seventeen, and wrote about celebrity babies as HollyBaby Editor of HollywoodLife.com. Clinton Kelly told her she looked fabulous - twice. When not quoting Tolstoy or catching up on her Twitter feed, she can be found watching iCarly or perusing the clearance racks at Bloomingdales.

One comment on “New York Fashion Week: Creatures of the Wind Fall 2015

  1. Love it! The 70’s are back big time.

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